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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Wednesday, October 18, 2017


Archbishop Timothy Dolan has organized a nine-day trip to Israel ahead of his elevation to cardinal on February 18. Traveling along with a cohort of fifty New York priests, the Archbishop departed for the Holy Land on January 25. The Western Wall and the Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum are among the sites on the travelers’ agenda, including several other places of Christian significance.

According to Joseph Zwilling, a spokesman for the Archdiocese of New York, the trip was taken as a spiritual measure to prepare Dolan and his staff for upcoming events in the Vatican. Dolan will not be meeting with any Israeli or Palestinian officials during his stay in Israel. “I am not meeting with political leaders this time,” the Archbishop told the New

PM Netanyahu Meets with Dutch PM Mark Rutte in the Hague, Holland. During a meeting with Holland’s parliament, Netanyahu dismissed allegations that he had referred to the New York Times and Haaretz as “Israel’s greatest enemies.” (Photo credit: Amos Ben Gershom, Israel Government Press OfficeAccording to one media source, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu identified Israel’s “two greatest enemies” as the New York Times and Haaretz newspapers.  These allegations come courtesy of Jerusalem Post editor Steve Linde, who claims Netanyahu made the remarks in a private meeting within the last couple of months at the Prime Minister’s office.  Netanyahu has since denied making the remarks and Linde has backtracked on his comments, saying that his claims were more an interpretation of the Prime

The object was discovered in excavations organized by the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) about 15 meters north of the southwestern corner of the Temple Mount, beneath Robinson’s Arch in the Archaeological Garden in Jerusalem.A scholar at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem is challenging the conventional wisdom about a 2,000-year-old artifact recently discovered in the Temple Mount area of Jerusalem.

Late last month, newspapers around the world reported the discovery of a tiny object of fired clay, about the size of a button, stamped with an inscription consisting of the Hebrew letters daled-kuf-aleph lamed-yud-hei. The object was discovered in excavations organized by the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) about 15

Ya’akov Margi was among several Shas members incriminated in a document sent to Israel’s State Comptroller last week.An anonymous document sent to Israel’s state comptroller this past week accused the Shas party of artfully using politics to strengthen their presence among the country’s rabbinate. An article published in Israel’s Yediot Acharonot on Friday elaborated on the accusations and the ensuing public response.

According to the document, ranking members of Shas have made “attempts to take control of the rabbinate through improper ways, bordering on the criminal.” The unnamed writer went on to deconstruct the

The conflict between Chareidim and Israeli police over the arrest of Edah Chareidis charity staff is but the most recent in an ongoing series of clashes, like the one pictured above from July, 2011.  (EuroNews Screen Cap)The arrests of six Chareidi men in Jerusalem – including a high-ranking member of the Edah Chareidis – on charges of scamming money from a charity fund sparked a large protest by members of the community on Sunday afternoon. As hundreds of Chareidim gathered in Meah Shearim to express their anger over the arrests, many of the demonstrators moved on to block a central thoroughfare and then threw stones at police officers after they arrested three men for blocking traffic.

The six men – who